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The " Honey I'm home and I'm bloody starving , what's for dinner " Thread.

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I'm partial to a steak and ale pie, one of our local pubs used to do a steak, port and stilton pie which was one of my favourites, must get down there and see if they still do it
 

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Love a steak & Ale pie, with a nice puff pastry top, with a blob of mustard for dipping.
 

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Bloody hell, I'm hankering after a steak and ale pie now, might put it down for one of the meals next week.

Baked beans and Mash goes well, obviously no gravy/mint sauce etc should be on the plate, but Beans and Mash is more than acceptable. Tinned Ham, fried eggs and homemade chips are guilty secret of mine
 

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Bloody hell, I'm hankering after a steak and ale pie now, might put it down for one of the meals next week.

Baked beans and Mash goes well, obviously no gravy/mint sauce etc should be on the plate, but Beans and Mash is more than acceptable. Tinned Ham, fried eggs and homemade chips are guilty secret of mine

Agree, nothing wrong with beans and mash, love that with a sausage or two or a pork chop :)

One of my least favourite pies is a chicken and mushroom one, never find they have much taste lately.
 

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Steak and stilton pie from Halfpenny Green vineyard is the way forward.
 

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Brocoli and Stilton soup for lunch, one of my fave go to recipes.

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Dinner courtesy of The Penn Palace. Excellent Chinese takeaway.
 

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Self-isolation, Jersey-style...
 

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You sure? Looks like seafood sauce on the right.
 

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Oh, the Marie-Rose? I thought you was originally banging on about the ketchup sachets. My apologies.
 

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Self-isolation day #2 dinner.

@tredders, once again, the sauce type condiments were not used.
 

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I'm a proficient cook (have done it professionally a bit), but still not that confident with fish. Partly because it's a bit of an effort getting decent stuff, not from the supermarket, but I'd love to knock up something like that (I know it's simple really...).
 

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I'm a proficient cook (have done it professionally a bit), but still not that confident with fish. Partly because it's a bit of an effort getting decent stuff, not from the supermarket, but I'd love to knock up something like that (I know it's simple really...).

Fish is easy to cook Billy, just don't over cook it.
 
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